Alfonso Soriano hit two home runs, Andy Pettitte pitched seven shutout innings, and the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 on Tuesday night after losing Robinson Cano in the first inning.
Curtis Granderson started in left field and batted fifth Friday night against the San Diego Padres. He went 0-for-4, and struck out twice on Friday at PETCO Park.
Happ’s frightening injury Tuesday left players shaken and revived questions about whether MLB is doing enough to protect its pitchers.
Curtis Granderson will soon resume throwing and could return to the lineup in May. If all goes well for the Yankees, they could have Granderson, Jeter and Teixeira back by May 1.
David Phelps improved his chances of making the Yankees rotation by giving the Bombers another superb outing in their win over Jays on Sunday.
Yankee outfielder Curtis Granderson will be out for approximately 10 weeks with a fractured right forearm after being plunked in his first spring training at-bat.
No matter whose mistakes cost the Yankees in their sixth loss in nine games, they need to straighten things out: the quickly closing Baltimore Orioles are coming to the Bronx for three games starting Friday.
The Yankees lost their series finale against the Blue Jays as Rajai Davis provided highlights in field and at the plate. Toronto won 10-7.
The Houston Astros crushed Mike Pelfrey for eight runs over two and two-thirds innings pitched on Sunday as the Mets lost 9-5.
Vance Worley might remain in the shadows of the Big Three, but if he can continue his success, it’s doubtful that either he or the Phillies will mind.
The baseball season hadn’t even officially begun when we started hearing about a rash of injuries. Most predominant amongst them were oblique abdominal strains.